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It figures eh!!!! les brasseries de france. They were there and solved the problem, if it were students at UB or the average guy on the street they would have taken 2 days to ask for fuel to be put in their vehicles by the victim, then catch and release the criminal. To be on the positive side, you guys know the criminals just have mercy for your people arrest and lock them up as required by law.

Fritzane Kiki HK

A good intervention there from the forces of law and order,who saved the lives of the guards.This should be a good example for those lazy police officers who usually snub at calls from victims of arm-robberies.Many public security officials now are more becoming weaker in time that need vioilent reproaches.A case in point which I witnessed while in Cameroon was that where,10 armed bandits ambushed the home of a renown business magnet,and went away with huge sums of money and properties.The police officers for fear of their lives, turned down calls from the victims wife.The claimed not to have enough arms to attack or intervene against the armed bandits.It was quite a sad tale for the whole community.Many of such cases have been reported through out the country.We tend to question their capabilities and claims, whether some of these police officials are accomplices of these gangs or some offer their weapons in return for some tips after the deal is done.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

Fritzane Kiki HK

why do you copy and paste this event all over the place?Why are we Africans so carried away by our delemma and predicaments?Why not copy and paste what blacks are doing to Chinese everyday here in China.Let's be objective than to be pointing accusing fingers here and there.In every country we should respect the laws in place.You will say this is racism,discrimination or injustice?In Rome do as Romans.I guess the only way is to avoid such incidences to come your way.This is my 5th year in China,but all my friends are police officers.You don't take one incident to condemn a whoe generation of people.

Blacks in most countries always assume that any molestation incident is on a racist pretext.But I have witnessed on several different occasions this unjustified assumptions which is the cause of the black groups who tend to be arrogant at one point.In Cameroon,we can behave a type not in another mans country,China for that matter.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

Danny Boy

"Dear Post

I never miss a day of reading your wonderful online paper. I do however have one suggestion: Could you possibly warn readers that certain "graphic" images are contained in articles that might be "disturbing or offensive" to some readers? I am particularly refering to photos of dead bodies posted along with articles.

That aside, keep up the great job!

Posted by: Anon | Monday, 18 April 2005 at 03:55 PM"

This, forumites, is a comment posted on the Post's special comments section. I went in there to express similar sentiments and found this.
It appears the Post does not listen! If they do, can the Editor, Mr. Ndichia explain to some of us who are adverse to such gore, the reason for such graphic depiction of death!!!

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